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willie had made time for. i saw this every time i came to city hall to visit mayor brown. while he was certainly making time for me and he's always been very open with me and i appreciate that, willie. he's never ever not responded when i have reached out adhesion always made time for me. this is a man who made time for people. it represented a very broad cross section of the people of san francisco. that is how it should be. i had no idea of what the outcomes were of those meetings. the fact is mayor brown was giving people access. to him and to city hall but in the same world in this city we have graced to have a willie brown. a man who is not only a bona fide celebrity. he's a celebrated presence, locally, nationally and also a dynamic leader. one can easily ascribe the words to his career, dazzling. it's a dazzling career full of deeply significant and dazzling first as we've mentioned. his mayoral inauguration included a party to which 10,000 people attended. local restaurants provided 10,000 meals to the homeless. who does that? on that kind of a scale? willie brown does th
but in the same world in this city we have graced to have a willie brown. a man who is not only a bona fide celebrity. he's a celebrated presence, locally, nationally and also a dynamic leader. one can easily ascribe the words to his career, dazzling. it's a dazzling career full of deeply significant and dazzling first as we've mentioned. his mayoral inauguration included a party to which 10,000 people attended. local restaurants provided 10,000 meals to the homeless. who does that? on that kind of a scale? willie brown does that. [ applause ] i'm so glad you are applauding. it gives me time to get water. if i were younger, hipper, i would breakout into a rap right now to talk about his virtues and his life and career. if i were to do that, it might sound something like this. you all ready ? when you think of willie brown you want no other, he's the one you count as your brother, what else can i say? i can't say no more. through the streets of san francisco makes you want to sing. when you think of willie brown we like no other. he's the kind of dude that you like as your bro
and fashion icon, the one and the only the honorable willie l. brown junior. [ applause ] growing in the area, his accomplishments and contributions to the world at large and public service were not lost on me and it is really been a dream come true for me to grow up and get to know him professionally and personally. my father and willie were acquaintances and fraternity brothers. >> when he was elected the first african american mayor i was right up there front and center in 1996 and channel five was out there reporting and they included me in the news coverage and interviewed me and i was historical and crying and emotional and the camera lingered on my black power fist. and fast forward for when i was in washington, d.c. when i was there for barack obama first inauguration and there i went with my fist again more tears flowing and i was not the only one thinking about the shoulders on which the president stood, including those of mayor brown who without question paved the way for president obama and countness others. so today we celebrate all that he is and all that he has done and all tha
it, saying the math doesn't add up. good evening. i'm judy woodruff. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the newshour tonight, we get the latest on the republican proposal, as president obama begins a series of meetings with members of congress to restart a bipartisan dialogue. >> woodruff: then we turn to the conversation sparked by facebook executive sheryl sandberg in her new book about women juggling careers, family, and leadership roles. >> brown: spencer michels reports on a gold mine of information stored in a gene data bank that could help revolutionize medicine. >> a large group of people about whom we know everything about their medical history. we can look across diseases and see, are there common elements in these diseases? >> woodruff: and on the daily download, we look at the gap between what twitter followers think, and what polls reveal. >> like talk radio we shouldn't fall into the trap of thinking it's like a public announcement. it's certainly what people are chattering about. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshou
and house democrats. >> brown: we explore further the politics and the policies of the competing budget plans with nancy cook, the economic and fiscal policy correspondent for the "national journal." so, still again, two very different visions, right? you referred to it in your report as world views. start with the republicans. what did we hear today? >> sure. a lot of what we heard from the republicans is very similar to what we heard from them in the past. they want to change medicare for people starting in 2024 and turn it into more of a voucher program where people go out and buy their own private health insurance. they want to block grant things like medicaid and food stamps so that it goes through state funding. it changes from an open entitlement program to something that will only support people as long as the money lasts. and they want to unwind some things that federal government spends money on, like housing giants fannie mae and freddie mac. but these are really policies that we have heard from them before. there wasn't a lot of new substance there. >> brown: in fact you wer
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: a surge in hiring produced the best jobs report in four years with unemployment dropping to 7.7%. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> suarez: and i'm ray suarez. on the "newshour" tonight, we look behind the job gains to see which sectors of the economy are on the mend and how the american workplace is changing. >> brown: then, margaret warner examines the charges against sulaiman abu ghaith, an al qaeda spokesman and son-in-law to osama bin laden, who appeared in a new york court today. >> suarez: from caracas, matt frei of "independent television news" reports on the state funeral for venezuelan president hugo chavez, attended by dignitaries from more than 50 nations. >> this feels less like a funeral and more like a celebration of immortality. the government has taken the decision not to bury him, but to embalm chavez, and keep him lying in state forever. >> brown: david brooks and ruth marcus analyze the week's news. >> suarez: and we close with a writer's reflections on the earthquake and tsunami that hit japan two
nasal congestion. nyquil® cold and flu doesn't. >>> former massachusetts senator scott brown is making a career move back into the private sector and where he is going he will not need the barn jacket or the pickup truck. i will explain just ahead. >>> i have been looking forward >>> i have been looking forward to this week two for a very long time. it is my favorite time of year. my favorite week. it's budget week. it's budget week. the beginning of budget season. that time of the year when americans gather together and wear their traditional week garb pocket protectors and things like that. eat their budget week meal and includes an extremely rich dessert. it's budget week. festivities kick off on the hill tomorrow with the official release of the house republican budget. the following day, wednesday, senate democrats will celebrate budget week by releasing their budget. there will be dueling budget proposals. appendix tables. what is not to love? the reason why i've been looking forward to this budget week in particular, this republican budget in particular is this. >> we're committ
detective eddie brown: a task force has been working for eight days. we've had 88 arrests. we've gotten 20-something guns off the streets and the streets are going back to the community. so, we'll keep doing what we have to do to keep the city of pittsburgh clean and drug-free. we're going to go up on the steps there. we got a call on brushton avenue. we got a drug transaction going on there. possibly five to six actors involved. this is on the edge of the city. so, it's like we're chasing them out of the city and they're going onto the edge of penn hills right now. so we're going to go up and check it out. hermitage. officer: he's going. he's all in black. there goes another one. we're on monticello extension. this is monticello. it's got to be up top. it's monticello extension. there, on the steps. they coming down? we got them down the bottom. come on. one gold and dark and one gold and dark raider jacket on. come on. grab the wall. grab it. come on, big boy. what are you running for? i ran because he ran. brown: why did you run? get on the pole here. i was scared. scare
for ashley judd. that is the way elizabeth warren was polling against scott brown in massachusetts when things started up up there. >> that's right. but i do think elizabeth warren was more of a match for massachusetts than ashley judd is for kentucky. sure, she went to university of kentucky, she's at the basketball games all the time. but in terms of her prior statements, she at some point referred to removal of mountain stop coal, removal of mountain tops for coal production and compared it to rape. there are some statements, you have to imagine that they've got tons of research on ashley judd and that she might not wear well over time for folks in kentucky. it is a very conservative state. i think the question for democrats in general is would she hurt the entire ticket. if you're, for instance, kay hagen north carolina, do you want to answer questions about ashley judd. does she allow republicans to really attack the entire class of 2014 as so progressive and so liberal and out of step with mainstream. >> i don't think that happens because she's obviously -- she brings one asset to
concern in the digital age. jeffrey brown has the story. >> brown: millions of people around the world now live part of their lives online. sharing photographs, information on relationships and careers, tweets and more. but what happens when physical lives end and life in cyberspace goes on? of the one billion people who use the social network site facebook, for example, an estimated three die every minute. and that can lead to some painful problems. for one thing, there's no one method or law on the books for how beneficiaries gain access to a deceased person's digital records. virginia dairy farmer ricky rash ran into that problem after his 15-year-old son eric committed suicide in 2011. >> it was a complete shock. as any suicide is. but we had absolutely no warning. eric kissed his mom good night the night before. he did his homework. he put seats in the olds mobile that was his. he did everything under the sun to show us it was a normal night. so with no answers from home, no answers from school, we were just hoping that there may be something that would give us some insight as to why
, thanks for joining us. >> thank you. >> brown: online, economics correspondent paul solman breaks down the numbers, using his unique measurement of unemployment. that's on our "making sense" page. and still to come on the "newshour": an al qaeda spokesman pleads not guilty, venezuela bids good bye to hugo chavez; brooks and marcusand a poet remembers the tsunami that hit japan. but first, the other news of the day. here's hari sreenivasan. >> sreenivasan: the news of increased hiring helped wall street finish the week with new gains. the dow jones industrial average added 67 points to close at 14,397. the nasdaq rose 12 points to close at 3,244. for the week, both the dow and the nasdaq gained more than 2%. the conclave to elect the next pope will begin on tuesday. the college of roman catholic cardinals reached that decision today. they've been holding meetings at the vatican ahead of the conclave to address the church's problems. the vatican press secretary said today the preliminary talks should help the cardinals decide who is best suited to succeed pope benedict the sixteenth. >>
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: xi jingping assumed the presidency of china today. he now controls the army, the communist party and the state in the world's second largest conomy. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. on the "newshour" tonight, we assess what the change means for china, and the united states and the biggest issues between them: trade, defense and cyber security. >> brown: then, as pope francis embarks on his first full day as pontiff, we examine his roots in argentina. >> woodruff: margaret warner talks to michigan governor rick snyder after he recommended an emergency manager to take over the finances of the troubled city of detroit. >> we've got at least 50 years of this problem growing and a lot of people on good faith in the past have tried to solve it and have been unsuccessful. so the way i view it as is this is all hands on deck. >> brown: spencer michels has the story of the high tech splash of lights transforming san francisco's bay bridge into a work of art. >> it was overwhelming. it was rea
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is just a sweet guy answered wears his brown franciscan habit and the franciscans are rock as far as this country, but beyond that he profiles as a reformer on the sex abuse skies are and i think dolan might get some of the same effect. >> and how about age? how much of that will be a factor in select agency cardinal? there is one cardinal who is out of manila, only 55 years old and some have thought that he might be a favorite. would he be too young or can you be too young or too old to be a candidate this go-round? >> reporter: well, you know, there's an old line about electing popes, which is you don't want to elect anybody who's too young because then you're not going get a holy father, your going to get an eternal father that is your going to be stuck with him for way too long. and similarly, there's a kind of conventional wisdom selecting a guy too old because then his papacy is going to be too short. typically what the cardinals want to do is split the difference them would like to elect somebody say in their mid-60s. honestly, frederica, i would tell that you both age and
would take this opportunity to celebrate an icon of san francisco. the brown twin sisters have been with us for many decades. mary is here today, she's here in celebration and memory of her sister as we all are and we want to take this opportunity to use the arbor day to have a cedar tree, a tree that will grow taller than mary or i. it will grow to be a hundred feet tall. it will be a tree that will be celebrated here in san francisco for generations to come and we thought it would be not only appropriate, but we thought it would be our honor by planting this tree in recognition of vivian and her wonderful contributions to our city. and we are especially blessed with maryann honoring us with her presence. it's not that easy for her to get around these days but she has and continues to be part of an incredible twin sisters. but now she's also missing vivian as much as we are and we felt this would be a proper way to create a celebratory atmosphere on how we miss vivian, how much she meant to us and take this opportunity for arbor day to plant this tree in her name. how is that, mar
of instability for a critical u.s. ally. >> woodruff: jeffrey brown looks at a question that's arisen just in the past few years: what happens to your e-mail, facebook page, online photos, and other digital memories when you die? . >> what we learned was that there is no federal agency that will help you access this. the laws have just not kept up with technology. >> ifill: and we close with the story of a japanese town hit hard by the nuclear disaster, where renewable energy could be the key to a better future. >> at 20 miles north, they were cut off from the rest of the world two years ago by radioactive plumes. not even aid trucks would come near. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was de posble by theor
. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the "newshour" tonight: two years into the syrian uprising, we look at the situation on the ground, and the diplomatic debate over aiding the rebels. >> woodruff: kwame holman reports from the annual gathering of american conservative activists, who are trying tchartheir political future. >> with last november's defeat of mitt romney, this key bloc of conservative enthusiasts has set its sights on a new goal: reshaping and re-energizing the republican party. >> brown: mark shields and david brooks analyze the week's news. >> woodruff: miles o'brien continues his investigation into drinking water contaminated with chromium six and the regulators responsible for cleaning it up. >> yeah, it causes cancer. that's the biggest health concern. >> we know that for sure. >> there's no doubt about it. it's considered a human carcinogen by all the major regulatory agencies in the world. >> brown: and we close with today's congressional testimony by the woman who headed j.p. morgan's risk unit about a billion dollar trading error. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on
want to pass it out. officer greg brown: this street has homes in other areas would be a half million dollars. doctors and lawyers live up here. and when you get to the end of the street, it's bedlam. you know, you think you're in another area or something. stratton: it's a shame, because there's a lot of nice houses on that street we just came off of. lot of professional people still live in and around roxbury. it's a shame because all you see on the news is all the bad stuff. people don't realize there's good people still in roxbury. 99% of them are. and it's a small percentage of them that are doing all this crime. okay, we're responding to a call-- a radio call for a man dealing drugs from a bedroom window at annunciation road. the complainant says that there's a lot of foot traffic and, you know, that kind of stuff so we're going to ride in and check it out. generally we can't go inside the house but if we got a complainant outside wanting to meet us and give us a description we can do a further investigation. you called us? man: i was the one that called. okay. they standing the
you back soon to finish the conversation. >> brown: still to come on the "newshour": the view from argentina of pope francis; an emergency manager for detroit; the bright lights on san francisco's bay bridge and japan's recovery, two years on. but first, the other news of the day. here's hari sreenivasan. >> sreenivasan: president obama went back to the capitol for a third day, bidding to build support for a long-term budget deal. he met today with both senate republicans and house democrats. but it was unclear how much headway he will be able to make. most republicans are balking at any additional tax hikes to cut the deficit. many democrats are opposed to substantial cuts in entitlement spending. the democratic led senate judiciary committee approved a new ban on assault-style weapons today. the bill would outlaw the sale of 157 kinds of semi-automatic weapons and limit ammunition clip sizes to 10 bullets. it passed on a party-line vote of ten to eight, with all republicans opposed. but it faces long odds in the full senate. the head of the transportation security administration
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>> brown: syria marked a new milestone of misery today-- the second anniversary of protests that exploded into civil war. but there was no prospect of new peace efforts, even as the numbers of dead and displaced continued to climb. more fighting marked the two years since the uprising began against syrian president bashar al-assad with no end in sight. a general for the free syrian army-- speaking from an undisclosed location-- vowed to press on. >> i know our battle is not so easy. we have to fight against planes, we will not stop until this criminal regime has gone. demonstration against the >> brown: it began with a demonstration against the government, during the arab spring of 2011. the spark came in the southern city of daraa, where security forces beat a group of teen-age boys. their crime: scrawling anti- assad slogans on their school wall. from there, the protests spread, the regime cracked down violently, and fighting erupted. it's since grown into a full- blown civil war, with the rebels seizing large chunks of territory. in all, more than 70,000 syrians have die
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where. >> it is not good politics. >> congressman ball brown republican said tea party principals are not the vein of the gop there it is only hope. they are standing firm on constitutional principals. >> i blame my leadership. >> congressman tom price has been part of the leadership. >> what is your sense with the tea party? >> tea parties are all sorts of wonderful individuals who want to make certain this economy is rolling again. >> they don't want to see you blame again. >> i worries about the debt ceiling which the government will hit in mid february. brown wants to hold the line but he fears they will cave. >> john by another is boehner ia great speaker but he is too nice of a guy. >> is that what this is going to be a bare knuckle brawl? >> no question, it already is. he warns them don't test him on the debt ceiling. >> i am not going to have a mt.ly conversation on whether or not we pay our bills. >> behind closed doors a cadre of leaders to spend the $14.4 trillion debt limit. they passed a law that would dock leaders pay. they haven't done that in nearly four years. giv
election in massachusetts. they took back ted kennedy senate seat. >> my name is scott brown. this is my truck. i put a lot of miles on it during this campaign. i love this truck. it brought me closer to the people of this state. >> love that truck. scott brown, man of the people. sam club's republican. everybody said scott brown is a kinder republican. they felt like the republican party was a bit too close to banks and business interests. scott brown was a guy who could make talk to those folks. scott brown lost his senate seat to elizabeth warren. he's now announced the next chapter in his life. scott brown, man of the people. man of the middle class district. he will cater to wall street clients. the job will allow him to cash in on his final services industry. there's got brown smiling ear to ear on his first day on the job today. >> i'm scott brown. i drive a truck. they have gotten into bed the big banks. they have enshrined the idea of too big to fail. we see that the banking industry is really loving the republican party. in 2008 employees heavily supported barack obama. wall st
promise not to water the spring flower and plants that remain as brown stubbel on the chins of my train. take care of dry foilage. i let the japanese maybel swat the afi ds on it's own. purple spotted brush. 2 calla lillies take root. birds return listening to lost meats all day until dusk beckons them to come to the nest and try again in the morning. this next poem is indian an ina ontholingly. on telegraph avenue it's no longer in existence, the sadness of this. berkeley, late fall. um -- this is from forest hamer who is a bay area poet who wrote berkeley late spring. this is berkeley late fall. i have been browsing the peet ree section had come to lose the unconcern but persistant rain that followed me in as a trail of damp shoe prints and dripping conscientious hacompanied to a solitude. i ran my right index if anything are across each spine flesh going along volume and groove. imagine the book seller anding by to fold and flatten we down to on an oblong shape and reshelf me into an americay sandwich between the t's and v's stacked up along the unexpected and unknown. i notice that
'm judy woodruff. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the "newshour" tonight: two years into the syrian uprising, we look at the situation on the ground, and the diplomatic debate over aiding the rebels. >> woodruff: kwame holman reports from the annual gathering of american conservative activists, who are trying to chart their political future. >> with last november's defeat of mitt romney, this key bloc of conservative enthusiasts has set its sights on a new goal: reshaping and re-energizing the republican party. >> brown: mark shields and david brooks analyze the week's news. >> woodruff: miles o'brien continues his investigation into drinking water contaminated with chromium six and the regulators responsible for cleaning it up. >> yeah, it causes cancer. that's the biggest health concern. >> we know that for sure. >> there's no doubt about it. it's considered a human carcinogen by all the major regulatory agencies in the world. >> brown: and we close with today's congressional testimony by the woman who headed j.p. morgan's risk unit about a billion dollar trading error. >> woodruf
rogers, jonathan, and tracy byrnes, and former massachusetts senator, mr. scott brown and carolyn hellman joins us from the liberal wilderness. welcome, everybody. washington keeps scaring us about the cuts. but they keep spending. the tsa dropping a whopping 900 bucks per uniform and they keep hiring. three positions opening up at the department of agriculture. it's looking for, get this, insect production workers to grow bowl worms. jonathan, do i need to ask, necessary or needless? >> eric, it's not only needless, but it's destructive. all these things they're scaring us about cutting actually used to be handled by the private markets anyway. the tsa didn't even exist before 2001. before that it was private security. we ate meat in this country for 130 years before the creation of federal meat inspectors in the early 1900s. i certainly don't think the founders intend to do have federal employees growing boll weevils, believe me a republic nor our economy rests on a federal law librarian making $115,000 year. >> scott brown, do we need three white house caligrafhers. >> the president sh
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is on the way. and we got to do something about it. >> governor jerry brown held a press conference in san francisco. the projects are in riverside county and a wind farm planned in november. they are expected to power 340,000 homes. >>> we start off the morning with coastal fog, dense fog advisory was in effect, we will see dense fog again tomorrow morning. fog moving in right now. that is the south tower of the bridge. i know we have fog by the cliff house, you can see it there. fog over the hills, it will have an impact on tomorrow's highs. 80 today in santa rosa. 84 morgan hill. temperatures drop off tomorrow. just going to drop off a couple degrees. instead of 80 degrees, we will be 68, 72. mid-70s as well. we are dry and we stay dry. we have been warm. we will stay warm but trend down because of the fog. model isn't picking it up. we have fog at the beach and towards pacifica and half moon bay. the fall will make it further inland tonight. the forecast highs tomorrow, about what i am seeing now. these are current temperatures. that wouldn't -- those work well for highs. 76 antioch. s
francisco ans such as mary rodgers and howard thurman, danny glory, willie brown and now london breed who have given of themselves, that all people, black, white, yellow, brown and red might reach their full potential. almighty god, hear us as we lay our lives before you to be blessed. help us to know ourselves through godly introspection, that in seeing ourselves as you see us, we may more readily revise and correct our lives. we know that you have made us one and all in your image. and, so, we pray that we will mirror you as we live our day to day lives. we are broken people living in a broken world, and we need you to help us to cope and mend our brokenness. we pray for those who have been pushed into the zone of desperation. we pray for those with illnesses that medical science cannot cure. we pray for those in whom hate has become malignant and those in whom hope has died. bless our fair city and its leadership. bless our governor, and give strength to our president barack obama. this is our prayer in jesus' name, amen. >>> amen. (applause) >> lift every voice and sing till earth and
up. good evening. i'm judy woodruff. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the newshour tonight, we get the latest on the republican proposal, as president obama begins a series of meetings with members of congress to restart a bipartisan dialogue. >> woodruff: then we turn to the conversation sparked by facebook executive sheryl sandberg in her new book about women juggling careers, family, and leadership roles. >> brown: spencer michels reports on a gold mine of information stored in a gene data bank that could help revolutionize medicine. >> a large group of people about whom we know everything about their medical history. we can look across diseases and see, are there common elements in these diseases? >> woodruff: and on the daily download, we look at the gap between what twitter followers think, and what polls reveal. >> like talk radio we shouldn't fall into the trap of thinking it's like a public announcement. it's certainly what people are chattering about. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: moving ou
business enterprises because who is it that hires black and browns in this city? black and brown contractors primarily 'cause they're from the neighborhoods, they know the kids in the neighborhoods, they know me, they know some of the kids and some of the folks here and we know that we can make it happen. this city already has a local enterprise program, that has been very productive. we're not reinventing the wheel here. but what i'm saying here is that the local hire and local business enterprise -- if you step back and take a look at the bigger picture, we're talking about an economic recovery package for bay view, patient valley, a lot of folks out there that have their union work that are starving for work and a lot of contractors there that are starving for work and are willing to pay a good wage. thank you very much. >> thank you to all the speakers. at this time supervisor yee -- i would love to give you an opportunity to speak. odd to see you sitting on the other side of the table. >> good evening. i really wanted to be here tonight for -- for me, what i would cons
if on this cruise ship terminal there is going to be a young ed lee from seattle, a young freddie brown and someone like james coming from new york city come here or a 21-year-old chinese kid from the city of boston who is coming to this spot and say i'm going to make san francisco my home because of the work that you have done together. think for thank you for part of this vision. >> thank you president chew. i have a long list of things for you to do. glad you are game. mohammed i know that he would have want to say how wonderfully and great the department of public works has been on behalf of the city of this project. they responded to the ports call for help and the most flexible allies as we have come along to accommodate newer and greater budgets, they have great architectural design teams, and so many others and i know that mohammed would really want to thank all of the workers who are here on site, but most especially the members of the department of public works and the port staff who have made this all possible and so in mohammed's absence, thank you all. >> next it is my honor to introd
the floor. the presiding officer: the senator from ohio. mr. brown: i assume a number of my colleagues have seen the movie "lincoln." one particularly brief but poignant moment of that movie showed the president's staff discouraged him from spending so much time talking to regular people, leaving the white house, inviting just normal people that weren't in politics every day or didn't work in the white house into the white house to talk. they were saying you're president, you have got to run this war, you have got so much to do, you shouldn't be meeting with people as much. lincoln said i need my -- he said i need my regular public opinion baths. i guess i would -- when i just listened to the last few speakers, particularly the republican leader, i think it's important that more people in this institution go out and talk to real people who are affected by this health care law who have already -- the 25-year-old who has already benefited from staying on her mother's health care plan, the person in the high risk pool that has insurance now. there is a friend of mine in ottawa county now does
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